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- Full page is a format of newspaper comic strips.
- Full page is a format roughly 20 inches high and 14 inches wide.
- The Denver Post Sunday comics section is full page size, though today no individual strips are still printed to take up a full page.
- When processing of the full page has been completed, web server sends only pure HTML code to the web visitor's browser.
- Comic strip collectors call strips that occupy one-third of a full page "thirds".
- The 239 page book is complete with full page color photographs of many of the dishes, and is easily the most complete Adirondack recipe book ever published.
- When Sunday strips first appeared in newspapers, near the beginning of the Twentieth Century, they were usually in the full page size.
- Many of the houses are shown in full page, full color photos.
- The last full page Sunday strip was Prince Valiant, which continued in full page format in some newspapers until 1970.
- In the mid-Nineteen-Fifties, there were a few attempts to revive the full page Sunday comic strip, notably Lance (comic strip) and Johnny Reb and Billy Yank.
- Rearrangement of the "Standard" half-page layout used to fit the comic on a full page for Sunday comics in American newspapers.
- Geography Main article: Geography of Liechtenstein Satellite image faintly delineating Liechtenstein - enlarge to full page for clarity.
- This second image shows only the top part (called the header, also in black & white) of the full page image above.
- The bulk of the text devotes a full page to each of the 555 verbs with full conjugations and examples of regular and idiomatic usage.
- Complex web applications continue to be more difficult to design than traditional applications because of this "full page" effect.
- Little Orphan Annie is a full page (later half page or tab) American comic strip, created by Harold Gray (1894-1968), that first appeared on August 5, 1924.
- On Commons a redirect to a category gives the full page, but not the subcategories and pages in the redirect page (if that is also a category).
- To get the full page after being redirected, use the "Category" tab to reload the page.
- This year the Hollywood Rock Walk is issuing a commemorative book, with a full page on Carmine, next to a page on superstar James Brown.
- Laser printers are page (not line) printers, meaning that they cannot print a line of text without ejecting a full page.
- Many full page comic strips had a topper, a small strip that ran above or occasionally below the main strip, usually by the same artist.
- Dailies will run three to a page, while Sunday strips will each take up a full page and be printed in black-and-white.
- Other strips, such as Flash Gordon and Blondie had panels rearranged, cropped, or removed to make the full page fit in a smaller size.
- These strips are complete in the third of a page format, and are cropped and rearranged in the half page, tab, or full page format.
- Only a few strips, notably Prince Valiant, were still published in full page format after the war.
- Headlines serenely scroll on the top, or bottom of your screen- the full story, on a full page, is a double-click away.
- The full story on a full page is a click away.
- A full page of text is about 16,000 bits.
- A full page of ASCII text is about 16,000 bits.
- A full page of English text is about 16,000 bits.
- Early Sunday strips, such as Thimble Theatre and Little Orphan Annie, filled an entire newspaper page, a format known to collectors as full page.
- The topper on Thimble Theater was Sappo, the topper on Little Orphan Annie was Maw Green and ran at the bottom of the full page.
- In the early decades of the 20th century, all Sunday comics received a full page and daily strips were generally the width of the page.
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